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with him as he delivered ammunition to the rebel units. the front line was changing by the minute. >> a street that was under the control of the rebels in the morning can switch sides in the afternoon and the government can take over that street. >> narrator: they began their journey along the rebel front line in the salahuddin neighborhood. >> he's trying to coordinate all these different units, be it islamist, be it jihadis, be it secular, be it village-based unit. the only thing that was connecting all these units was the ammunition delivered by abu mohammed. >> they've been doing this all day. they tour the front lines, they go from one position to the other, and thefill the gaps in terms of men and ammunition and bullets. >> this is one of the many, many front lines in aleppo. there's a sniper down this alley. there's a position of the free syrian army here and they're trying to get them ammunition. (explosion) (explosion) it's the scariest sound in a war zone. it's this roar of this tank coming down the street, so we just run. tank's coming. we were just around the corner wh
to talk better. so it's going to, you know, essentially give her a change in her life. >> look, thatfinding nemo. >> that does look like nemo, don't it? >> o'brien: for many americans, like five-year-old trinity way, trouble getting dental care starts early in childhood. we met trinity and her grandmother, pamela way, in the waiting room at the hospital at the university of florida in gainesville. >> i have brightened up a flower and a swordfish. her teeth has gotten bad. they are infected. she has a lot of pain with them and the side of her cheek will get real warm, you know. and i'm sure that's from being infected. >> when's the last time she ate or drank? >> about 9:00 last night. for the last two years i have been trying to get her in because she had some... it started out just discoloration on her teeth. i've called around ten dentists in the area to see if they could see her, but she's on medicaid and i couldn't get her in. is trini getting sleepy? >> yes. >> i love you, girl. she has been on a waiting list here to get this done. it's beeprobably about two months. but you're go
living were more important than the dead. that's when my feelings changed. i had one daughter left. i had to protect her. >> narrator: but just after 9:00 on the morning of march 12, the villages around the plant had been evacuated. at last, tepco ordered the venting team to go in. the plant logs show the first two volunteers set off at 9:04 am. >> (translated): they knew they'd be exposed to radiation. but they went in. >> narrator: this footage was filmed by tepco seven months later, when radiation levels remained dangerous. it shows the reactor building where the venting team had to operate. >> (translated): it was not a place for humans. the temperature was 100 degrees plus. the surroundings were pitch black, and there was condensation. the radiation was high. i don't think i would have been able to go. >> narrator: each worker was limited to 17 minutes in the reactor building. after nine minutes, the workers found the wheel for opening the vent. they inched it open, then pulled back when time ran out. four more workers followed, each spending just minutes in the reactors. >> (transla
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